Halloween Fun

Oct. 5, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

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Great Pumpkin Festival set

Maybury Farm will host the 5th Annual Great Pumpkin Festival from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Oct. 13 and 14. The event features live music, delicious food, pumpkin-themed games and activities for kids, corn husk doll making and more.  Highlights include pie pumpkin painting, bonfire and S’mores, children’s costume contests, story time and sing-a-long, children’s activity stage, beeswax candle making, and professional pumpkin carver John Angevine.  The event will also feature performances by the High Street Band (Saturday), Steve Taylor (Saturday), Audrey Ray (Saturday), Vendetta Ride (Sunday), Kari Holmes (Sunday), and Todd Michael Band (Sunday).  The Great Pumpkin Festival is the most popular event at the farm.

Admission to the Great Pumpkin Festival is $7 per person and includes farm admission or, for $10 per person guests can enjoy the festival, corn maze with wagon ride, and farm admission.  Children 2 and younger receive free admission to the Great Pumpkin Festival.

Maybury Farm is located at 50165 Eight Mile Road in Northville.  To learn more about all of the autumn activities at the farm, visit www.mayburyfarm.org.

Parking is free and visitors should enter at the Maybury Farm sign, not the state park entrance.


Spellbinder tells ghost stories

Eerie tales of horror and fright, goblins and ghouls will again enthrall and terrify audiences when the Canton Historical Society hosts the annual evening of Ghost Stories from 6-7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 in the Cady-Boyer Barn.

As has become a tradition, 35thDistrict Court Judge Ronald Lowe will tell the scary stories, suitable for ages 8 and older. The barn is located in Preservation Park at 500 North Ridge Road.

Cider and two donuts are included with the ticket and will be available while supplies last.

Tickets, priced at $5, are now on sale at the Summit on the Park, located at 46000 Summit Parkway, the White Pole Barn at the Canton Farmers Market on Sundays, the Canton Historical Museum located at 1022 Canton Center Road, and at the door.  All proceeds benefit the Canton Historical Society.

Children must be accompanied by an adultand parents are responsible for the direct supervision of their children during this special event. For additional information, visit www.cantonhistoricalsociety.org.


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